Adobe has today released a new Photoshop app for Android called Photoshop Mix, a new attempt at bringing the company’s photo editing software to mobile. While Photoshop Express has been around for a while, it’s not exactly the most powerful photo editing tool on the Play Store. Adobe Photoshop Mix, in light of Photoshop Touch’s removal from the store, is an attempt at filling the gap for those that are looking for something a little more robust.
It’s not exactly a mobile version of the desktop Photoshop app we all know and love, but it does offer some functionality beyond that of many photo editing apps. It has layering functionality, you can merge multiple photos, and other useful tools. Beyond that, you’ll also find many of the basic photo editing options like adding filters and cropping, and you can share your newly-edited photos straight to your favorite social media site directly from within the app.
On top of Photoshop Mix, Adobe is also releasing a trio of apps that are made for specific features of Creative Cloud. The apps, called Brush CC, Color CC, and Shape CC, let you easily create your own brushes, color palettes, and vector graphics, respectively, to be used in Photoshop Creative Cloud. All of the above are free and available right now on the Play Store, and the corresponding apps for iOS should be rolling out momentarily.
Find them on the Play Store below:
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